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Screen Tourism in Northern Ireland

Screen Tourism in Northern Ireland

Over the past few years Northern Ireland has become a hub for screen tourism. This has brought lots of opportunities to the tourism and hospitality industry. Screen tourism is a growing trend for fans to go visit sites and locations where a film or TV production has been filmed.

HBO’s Game of Thrones, filmed in Northern Ireland, is one of the most popular and successful TV series ever made. The hit TV show has provided lots of opportunities for the NI tourism industry. NI Screen, which helps fund the series, estimates it has brought almost £150m into the local economy since production began in 2010.

Here are some screen tourism sites that you should visit in Northern Ireland:

Downhill Beach

Game of Throne Location: Dragonstone

Tullymore Forest

Game of Throne Location: The lands around Winterfell

Ballintoy Harbour

Game of Throne Location: Pyke, The Iron Islands

Pollnagollum Cave

Game of Throne Location: Beric Dondarrions Hideout

Portstewart Strand

Game of Throne Location: Coast of Dorne

Castleward

Game of Throne Location: Winterfell

The Dark Hedges

Game of Throne Location: The Kings Road

Cushendun Caves

Game of Throne Location: A cove in the Stormlands

Portstewart Strand

Game of Throne Location: Coast of Dorne

Inch Abbey

Game of Throne Location: The Twins